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Mar 19, 2013 7:00am PDT
budget continues. >>> it could be easier to get into the national postal forum in san francisco today. >> okay! >> workers and customers protested outside yesterday's sexes at moscone service. they are angry the postal service is spending more than $2 million to network with vendors. but the postmaster general says they represent one-third of total postal service revenue and they need to hear their concerns. the conference wraps up tomorrow. >>> two men were indicted by a federal grand jury for trying to get $20 million out of the state's pension fund. the indictment names two men of using fake documents to trick people into paying $20 million in fees to a company run by villarobos. >>> there is a new study that says california lawmakers have the highest based salary in the nation. last year the base salary for legislators topped $95,000. they also received about $30,000 in tax-free per diem payments. but the governor's salary, not quite as high. governor brown earned $173,000. that's the 7th highest in the country. the top salary goes to the governor in pennsylvania. he earns just ov
CBS
Mar 13, 2013 7:00am PDT
getting into san francisco. westbound -- i'm sorry, westbound macarthur maze traffic looks good. this is 101 in san francisco. earlier, we were able to see the commute quite clearly but now the fog has moved in. mark and i have been working pretty hard with the fog and trying to keep track of it. if you are on the peninsula, highway 101 is looking good. 280 is looking good in some dense fog. now, let's go to mark. >>> hi there, sal. good morning to you. yeah, we've been watching the fog all morning long. with the help of daylight, getting a better idea of the pattern. it's still hovering near the coast and right 57 the bay -- and right around the bay. the national weather service issues a dense fog advisory until 9:00 this morning, this in place towards the bayshore line, san francisco, the coast, half moon bay, concord, hayward, fremont. there's patchy fog for some of the inland! s up near santa rosa and napa. be extra careful with the fog. here's a look at some of the current fog reports scattered around the bay. santa rosa and some of the visibilities. this has been coming do
CBS
Mar 23, 2013 5:00am PDT
streets of san francisco. >> all right, this is gonna blow your mind. this is the precision induction cooktop, and it is portable, eco-friendly and it saves you a lot of money, saves you a lot of time. >> wow. >> cooking time is cut in half. do you see that the water's boiling there? >> yeah. >> the great thing about induction cooking is it only heats the part of the pot that is magnetic, so everything else stays cool, so watch this. ah! [group exclaim o.k., everybody, put your hands on it. >> isn't it hot? >> no, it just heats the magnetic part of the pot. this is at 110. you can leave it at 110 and it won't get gloppy, it won't get stale, it won't harden. >> and you don't have to be a big chef to cook. like, i don't have time to cook. this would be great. >> exactly-- this makes you look like an actual good chef. it's temperature-controlled, so i pop my fried chicken right in there and i know exactly what temperature it's at, and you know if you go down one, 10 degrees, boom, drops just like that. can you do that on a gas range? >> absolutely not. >> no. >> not at all. >> this is te
CBS
Mar 5, 2013 7:00am PST
the san francisco golden gate bridge. now one of its neighbors, the bay bridge, could be stealing attention. john blackstone shows us the spectacular light sculpture debuting tonight. >> reporter: above san francisco bay last night, the bay bridge sparkled and shimmered light moving across the nearly two-mile span. on a balcony nearby artist leo villareal creates from his laptop using software to sculpt patterns of light. >> i guess my goal is to create a communal experience. the piece almost becomes like a digital campfire that people can gather around. >> reporter: he is putting the final touches on "bay lights," a work of art that will be officially turned on tonight. villareal's constantly changing light sculpture will run for the next two years. it's as if the wires there are alive alive. >> it does bring a sense of life and animation to the bridge. >> reporter: electricians endured four months of cold nights attaching 2,000 l.e.d. lights on the bridge cables. it's transforming the bay bridge that opened in 1936 but was quickly overshadowed when the more elegant golden gate o
CBS
Mar 29, 2013 7:00am PDT
shutout. i'm tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, tara. >>> san francisco police are also investigating an overnight shooting that happened a block from alamo park and injured two people. it happened at 12:0 this morning at -- 12:30 this morning. police say shots were fired between two cars. one of the victims drove himself to the hospital. both victims are expected to survive. >>> drug-sniffing dogs will be sniffing out prescription drugs and alcohol in dublin schools. the school board voted to bring them back last year after they stopped using them. >>> police are looking for two men suspected of robbing people leaving a light rail station. ktvu channel 2 reporter janine de la vega is live at the station with more. >> reporter: brian, we're here in front of the berryessa light rail station. police say it was three teenaged boys who were riding and they were followed into a neighborhood about a half a mile away and that's where they were robbed. police want to know if you are ecnice these men. one is black, the other is latino. this is video on march 8th. investigators sa
CBS
Mar 12, 2013 7:00am PDT
-70s in the valleys, 60s into san francisco and the coastline, even warmer tomorrow. then we cool down a little bit staying dry the next five to seven days. >> announcer: this national weather report sponsored by aa al possibilities. >>> this national weather report sponsored by aarp. >>> this morning we investigate jamaican scammers who stop at nothing to steal from elderly americans. you'll see what our hidden cameras revealed and what happened when our jeff glor confronts an alleged con artist. >>> what exactly happens at a conclave? we'll take you inside the vote. all of the world is watching on "cbs thi morning." >> announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by usaa. to current and former military members and their families. life brings obstacles. usaa brings retirement advice. ♪music playing♪ maybe today you'll run some errands maybe another headache will get in the way. if you have migraines with 15 or more headache days a month, you're living a maybe life. and you may have chronic migraine. go to mychronicmigraine.com to find a headache specialist. and don't li
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Mar 27, 2013 7:00am PDT
san francisco to show us how drivers are adjusting to the -- there you are -- the all- electric toll system. how is it? any problems so far? >> reporter: so far so good. this marks a new era for the golden gate bridge. cars moving through at about 25 miles per hour. but technology has definitely taken over the iconic structure as tolls will no longer be collected physically here at the bridge. around midnight, the last human toll taker left her booth from a small group of people. for the first time, tolls across the bridge will be taken through prepaying, transponders or scanners that will gather your license plate and you will get a bill later in the mail. the golden gate bring authority says the move stream lines costs and traffic at the time, thus eliminating the need for a human toll taker. before they left, they were given gifts and thank yous as well. we talked to a few of them who say this is emotional. in terms of today, there's issues that the chp is noticing on this first day of this. here's what they had to say -- >> the problem that we're addressing right now is speed com
CBS
Mar 25, 2013 7:00am PDT
moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> police in south san francisco searching for a serial arsonist. police say three fires were deliberately set saturday night and sunday morning in orange park and near el camino real. they were all quickly put out. they caused very little damage. if you have any information, get in contact with san francisco police. >>> this is a pivotal week for people on both sides of the gay marriage debate. the supreme court will hear arguments on two same-sex marriage cases including proposition 8, california's ban on gay marriage. brian flores joins us with a local couple right in the middle of the debate. >> reporter: after years being denied the right to marry, a local couple says now is the time for the u.s. supreme court to overturn proposition 8. we recently talked to the couple. they are the plaintiffs in the debate over prop 8. on tuesday, the u.s. supreme court is scheduled to hear their case, otherwise known as holyingsworth verses perry. they've been together for 14 years and have raised three boys. >> family, it's an important struggle. there's be
CBS
Mar 1, 2013 7:00am PST
vatican apple applebee's. >>> now they may even go bankrupt. >> i think we have to learn to get out of a bad situation. >> a man disappears into a sinkhole right out of his bedroom. >> the tsa is investigating a frontier airlines flight. >> dennis rodman told him, you have a friend for life. >>> everyone wanted to meet si. >>> we were on a roller coaster. exciting, thrilling, ups and downs. >>> the republicans want sequester. >> i say we suspend a monkey above the floor of congress. >> this they do not reach a budget deal by the deadline the doors to congress is locked and it is meal time in the monkey house. >>> welcome to cbs this morning. in a last minute surprise president obama will order the biggest cuts to the military's budget since the reagan era. >>> the president is about to sit down with the congressional leaders. bill plante is at the white house. bill, good morning. >> good morning and good morning out west. russian leaders are here getting ready to meet with the president shortly to talk about no budget cuts, but there is no sign of a last-minute deal. things were never supposed to get to this point. the very idea was supposed to force an agreement. it didn't and now it's finger pointing in another direction. >> we are serving the men and women of this country a great disservice. >> the $85 billion cut slashed across most departments takes effect later today. on thursday senators from both parties led a last-minute effort to avoid the cuts each party presenting its own alternative. as expected those bills were voted down. members of congress then began heading home for the weekend. but not before trying to pin the blame on each other. >> we might as well get a pink slip from the office of the speaker and the republican conference. >> the republicans are blaming the president. >> after an attempt to abort the sequester, the president is ready to make a bite as hard as possible. >> the administration warned repeatedly about the negative effects it would have on safety and travel. but many are skeptical. >> i would suggest that the majority leader, the president of his cabinet put down beltway koolaid because they are predicting a disaster will not occur. >> on "face the nation" sunday educators were already getting pink slips in anticipation of cuts. they later backtracked saying he wasn't sure. on thursday the white house distanced itself from the claim. >> what i can tell you is that -- i'm saying i don't have any contact with the school district. >> the president was trying to find a way out of the latest crisis, but the republicans already had the answer. >> my answer tomorrow will be the same as what i'm telling you today. it's time to pass a bill. >> but cuts don't go into effect until obama issues the order required by the law. that could be as late as 11:59 tonight. it will take days or weeks. vice president biden says he'll take the train home to delaware instead of flying. >> thanks. the army chief of staff was blunt about the fallout from these cuts. he told congress without the resources to train and equip his troops, our soldiers our young men and women are the ones who will pay the price, potentially with their lives. what do you mean, they'll pay with their lives because of these cuts? >> what's happening is we have several things happening this year. right now the army has an $1818$18 million shortfall with cooperation in training, which helps us pay for civilian personnel. we're not going to be trained for the rest of this year except those in afghanistan or those getting ready to go to afghanistan. what i'm worried about is next year we might have to delay deploying people who are not trained properly, or if we're asked to do a contingency somewhere around the world we might not be trained properly. when they do these cuts because they are not prepared. >> who determines the cuts that you have to make? >> obama will determine them. can't you find these cuts somewhere else? >> it has to do with certain accounts. right now i'm short $18 billion in military cuts because we have a continuing resolution. i do not have the authority to move money around in the budget. so it's not only the sequester, it's the fact we had a continued revolution. i've been a chief staff sergeant for 18 months. we've always had a continued revolution in what we can do to move money around. so it's like a double problem. we need predictability in the budget and we need to make sure the cuts we get are managed appropriately so we can put a plan together so we can protect our soldiers and they can do the job they're supposed to do. >> i've known you a long time. i feel like i can ask you some tough questions. you have called it the greatest threat to our national security. really? greater than al qaeda? greater than cyber warfare? >> the bottom line is if we continue to not be able to have a plan -- we're supposed to build a five-year plan. i can't do that right now because we keep going through continuing resolutions. we have no idea what the money is going to be. we become more ineffective with the dollars. i think people watch this and wonder, what are we doing? >> we have heard duncan connor accusing them of adding drama to this whole thing. >> i've got a briefing right now, and i can't come up with the money. i can't find it yet. and i haven't found it at all yet. right now 251,000 civilians, i can't train 80% of my units and i still haven't paid the bills in '13. >> an entire defense budget? it's a huge budget. >> i'm telling you, the money is fenced and it does not allow us to move money around. and sequester, by the way, we have no say in where those cuts come in fiscal year 13. they are directed. they are every line item. >> will it pay different under chuck hagel? >> i meet with mr. hagel this afternoon. he had a chance to talk to us earlier in the week and he's very excited about being in the job, and i look forward to working with him. >> all right good to see you. thank you again for your service. >>> the obama administration yesterday urged the supreme court to overturn california's ban on same-sex marriage. a brief filed by the justice department also said laws based on sexual orientation should be more closely scrutinized. jan, what i found interesting about this is the administration did not have to get involved here, right? >> >> reporter: that's right, it did not. it could have stayed on the sidelines. it didn't need to step in and that's what i think makes this so significant politically. of course, it was under enormous pressure to step into this case. the lawyers who argued against california's ban urging the white house to get involved gay rights across the country urging the white house to step in here. of course, this case will have an enormous nationwide indication. california is one of 30 states banning amendments banning gay marriage. the obama administration calls all those constitutional amendments into question. legally it's different just because the obama administration is saying one thing and the supreme court doesn't have to do it. politically and symbolically, this is much more important for gay rights and it also represents a remarkable change in the president's position. just over the last eight or nine years, remember back in 2004 he was pushing marriage between a man and a woman, and in last year's campaign he personally supported same-sex marriage, but now we have a them attacking same-sex marriage. this case will come from the lawyers, from california. but this brief has the general's name on it. >> thank you so much. >>> the pope already in rome after yesterday's emotional goodbye. pope benedict the cardinal's attention now turns to monday. that's the date they vote to start. mark phillip is in castel gandolfo. mark, good morning. >> good morning charlie, nora. this morning the pope is here in his papal residence, the pope emeritus emeritus. benedict's journey here was remarkable and unprecedented in so many steps. his last step as pope of the vatican and his last steps in the papal residency, just one more thing benedict xvi was giving up. it was a well orchestrated departure, saying farewell to officials and applause for the men make man making history by retiring in office instead of dying there. he plans to live out his days in the monsterastery being refurbished for him. the vatican benedict leaves behind is wallowing in the scandal and an administrative mess waiting for the new pope whenever he is chosen. the flight was a spectacular study in contrast. the frail retiring leader of the institution flying over the eternal city in a military aircraft. the vatican doesn't have its own air force, although it claims access to the heavens in other ways. door to door air service is another perk benedict no longer has. once at the castel gandolfo where he's due to stay for the next few months benedict appeared at the window overlooking the square. then at 8:00 local time the ceremonial swiss guard protection unit left for the other parts of office. he gave up the red papal cape and from now on will only wear white. the pope has asked to not be seen or heard. >> mark, thank you. and one of the 1cardinals who will pick the pope. cardinal good morning. good to see you smiling. >> who could not smile in beautiful rome with this behind me. >> we're glad to see you. thank you for joining us. we know the other cardinals have a busy week ahead in the congregation as you're set to pray and discuss about a new pope. give us the scoop. what kind of pope is needed for the church? >> in fact just before i left where the cardinals are staying, we got the official letter from the dean of the college telling us that we're to report right behind st. peter's at 9:30 monday morning to begin congregations. we'll have about four or five hours of meetings every day. there will be prayer, there will be apostolic meeting, and i assume the first item on the agenda will be when will we begin the conclave the actual election of a pope. god willing we'll have that on monday. >> what date do you think they will choose based on conversations you've heard so far? >> you know what charlie, you hear kind of that we need a balance. everybody is eager to have a new pope, all right? we don't like the chair at st. peter's to be empty. i don't know if you can see behind me on this side the windows are closed. that's sad. we're not used to that. we want a pope fast. on the other hand, we know that takes a little time and prayer and reflection and discussion so somewhere in the balance, i would say those congregations have to go at least a week. i want to be home and i think all us cardinals have full-time jobs. we want to get home certainly before holy week so please god, let's have a pope before that. >> the white house confirms with the vatican official that there have been scandals within the church. is that in the air there and is that part of the conversation that might lead to the selection of this next pope? >> oh there's no denying that charlie. it's a sense of realism that we had. you know you're talking to the church. there's always been a scandal in the church because the members of the church who even work here the cardinals. there's always going to be flaws and imperfections. they seem to be given more scrutiny right now because this is a time when everybody looks to the church. is it in the air? it is, and i think that's something the cardinals are going to talk about. >> we look forward to seeing you in rome. >> keep in touch, okay? i look forward to seeing you back in new york. >>> a fast-moving brush fire is forcing people out of their homes in riverside county california east of los angeles. the fire has already burned enough land to cover 150 football fields. it blew up last night with strong winds, pushing the plains through heavy smoke. some homeowners hosed down their roofs. nearly 2,000 people were left in the dark after power lines burned. >>> michigan governor rick snyder plans to announce today whether detroit will be getting a new financial manager. that's according to detroit's mayor. they face a $17 million deficit. snyder says he's reluctant to allow detroit to enter a chapter 9 bankruptcy. it would be the largest city to do so. >>> the headlines around the globe. the "washington post" says private first class bradley manning pled guilty thursday to ten counts in the wikileaks case. he said the u.s. became obsessed with killing human targets. manning faces up to 20 years in prison. >>> the wall street journal says american households are borrowing more than they have since the great recession of 2008. household debt including mortgages, credit cards and loans went up 3 and a quarter percent since last year. >>> the gas mileage for hybrids is in the probe alone. the molgd isdel is short of the epa estimates. >>> and bruce miller was the mastermind of the great train robbery of 1963. it was the most spectacular heist. he made off with $63,000. >>> happy friday if you are heading out the door, we have a great day ahead. a lot of clouds in spots right now. dense fog has settled in over the bay area and looks like you can see looking toward the golden gate bridge, you can just see the shadow of the transamerica building on the clouds. that fog is a thin layer. it's going to break up and leave lots of sunshine later on. right now, temperatures mainly in the 40s and 50s. this afternoon what a day it's going to be. mid-70s in into san jose. about 73 in santa rosa. cooler maybe a few showers over the weekend. >>> this national weather report is sponsor bid aarp real possibilities. >>> an american engineer found dead in singapore, his parents. this morning they look at the mysterious death of shane todd. >>> a surprising farewell from ceo groupon. anderson said he failed and he was fired. we'll show you a most unusual leader. >>> plus tonight's big budget cuts amean longer lines at the airport. we'll take a closer look at cbs this morning. >> announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by nectresse, the new 100% natural no calorie sweetener. licious could only come from nature. new nectresse. the 100% natural no-calorie sweetener made from the goodness of fruit. new nectresse. sweetness naturally. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] every time you say no to a cigarette you celebrate a little win. nicorette gum helps calm your cravings and makes you less irritable. quit one cigarette at a time. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [clucking]. everyone wants to be the cadbury bunny. cause only he brings delicious cadbury crÈme eggs, while others may keep trying. nobunny knows easter better than cadbury! bonjour! is that a fruit or a vegetable, do you think? 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[ laughter ] >> let's go towards the bay bridge. it is really thick all across the bay area. there's a dense fog advisory for the bay bridge, the carquinez bridge and the dumbarton bridge now this morning. it is backed up towards the maze. be extra careful on the roads this morning. here's the golden gate bridge, which it's actually moving okay right now coming into san francisco. that is traffic. for your very foggy forecast, here's lawrence. >> thing fog showing up around the bay area this morning at least in some spots. so if you have a nice view up above that fog, it's only a thin layer. here's our mount vaca cam at 3,000 feet. plenty of sunshine and that is going to burn away that fog quickly this morning. still, be careful it's thick early on. some visibilities less than a quarter mile. sunshine this afternoon and clear to the coastline couple of patches of fog there. but mid-70s today cooler over the weekend slight chance of showers saturday night into sunday. 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[nervous giggle] (male announcer) break the monotony. for more fun ideas visit spam.com. ♪ secondhand smoke affects everyone's health. it's not just irritating. it can cause heart disease and even death. speak up about secondhand smoke. your health and the health of your family depend on it. ♪ >> this one video of a plane full of people doing the harlem shake doesn't have the government laughing the faa wants to know if there were safety violations. a group of students from colorado college made the video, frontier airlines says the seat belt sign was off and safety measures were followed. welcome back to "cbs this morning." >> for years, cyber attacks from china and other countries have been the biggest security. >> some are wondering the death of an engineer from california would be linked to cyber espionage, we have a former fbi assistant director looking into the case. >> reporter: in 2010 29-year-old shane todd moved to singapore for an engineering job with a government research firm called the institute of microelectronics, or ime. >> he was a young man that wanted an adventure and thought it would be supercool to live in a foreign country and he really liked it when he first got there. >> reporter: but 18 months later, in june 2012 shane todd was found dead inside his apartment. police and the coroner believe todd hung himself in the bathroom leaving two suicide notes on his computer. >> we have already gone to singapore, twice now. once to pick up our son's body and realize that nothing lined up with what we were told. >> reporter: shane todd's family believes he was murdered. but why? todd's family says their son was under pressure from his employers, ime, to get sensitive technology from the u.s. delivered to china. technology he believed could endanger our national security. >> he started calling us and saying, mom, if you don't hear from me every week e-mail me right away. if i don't call you, call the u.s. embassy. my life is being threatened. and that's when he said he felt he was being asked to compromise u.s. security. >> i said shane, if you truly believe that you need to come home now. he said dad, i can't. >> reporter: one of the companies in discussions with ime about the technology was the tech giant hauweii. it represents a threat to the u.s. because it could be pressured by the chinese government to spy or steal technology. >> if you put technology in our country and that allows you the ability to steal information or cyber attack our companies and our citizens we want to protect our citizens. >> reporter: in a statement, the institute of microelectronics or ime says neither ime nor shane was involved in any classified research project. the institute did not go beyond preliminary talks with huawei. huawei has denied any spying allegations and said in the past, ime did approach huawei seeking cooperation, but we declined. >> our goal is for the truth to be known, for our country to wake up, see technology is being stolen, brightest minds are being murdered and we want it to stop. >> reporter: today the todds are in washington and will meet with montana senator max back usus who is pushing for more details in singapore for exactly what happened to shane todd. >> his family seems to know why it might have an affect on national security? >> in the apartment where they came a couple of days after he was found there, they found a portable hard drive. on that hard drive was an awful lot of data. it appears he had mirrored his computer at work on that hard drive. gave it to experts in london who said this is technology that would have applications in civilian use but also critical applications in military use and they say there was actually somebody who went into that computer, two days after he was dead, and looked at some of that information so there are some suspicious elements here. >> all right. john miller, thank you. >>> we've been telling you this morning about the massive spending cuts only hours away. the faa says it has no choice but to slash 600$600 million from its budget. transportation secretary ray lahood warns anyone flying to get ready. >> this is painful for us because it involves our employees, but it will be very painful for the flying public. as a former member of congress i heard complaints all the time from my constituents when their flights were delayed, or when their flights were canceled and this is going to have an enormous impact. >> cbs news travel editor peter greenberg with us from las vegas. good morning. >> good morning, charlie. it's going to be tough, charlie, but not necessarily right away. >> what will the airlines do to prepare? >> what they are doing, they brought out their massive storm playbook when have you big weather problems and, of course, that involves preemptive cancelations. getting planes canceled before they think about leaving the gate. what they will do selectively this time because they can. they will do sort of airline triage, keep the marquee flights, money flights. if you are going to an overseas connection through an international gateway city those planes will operate. going between milwaukee and albany? maybe not. that will start kicking off on monday. won't happen today. they will watch it very carefully over the weekend. what the faa is saying they are estimating delays up to 90 minutes, but that presumes they keep their present schedule. they have no plan to keep their current schedule. >> whether will airline travelers see a disruption? >> well monday or tuesday. because the airlines are going to have the operations of the towers right now. all sorts of rumors that the faa will close the tower in orlando. that will not happen. they will start closing towers in medium sized airports with smaller operation levels. the choke airports those will stay open. air traffic control centers will stay open. when you furlough an air traffic controller four days a week instead of five under union rules they have to be notified 30 days in advance. this will trickle in. however, on medium sized airports, that's where it will hit the hardest. >> peter greenberg, thanks. >>> the man credited with reinventing the coupon is out of a job. groupon, online bargain site outsted its ceo and cofounder, andrew mason this after another disappointing quarter for groupon. >> given the company's poor performance recently mason's exit was somewhat expected. what he did after he was fired that took many by surprise. andrew mason may have lost his job, but not his sense of humor. thursday, he tweeted a candid letter to groupon employees saying "after 4 1/2 intense and wonderful years as ceo of groupon, i've died that i'd like to spend more time with my family. just kidding. i was fired today. >> doing the letter was just like him. they let him go out the way he wanted to. it was funny. perfect. >> reporter: perfect for a tech mogul who transported the tiny startup to a multibillion dollar business, but better known for his quirky personality. like this. >> and into the plank position. >> reporter: a 2008 youtube yoga video. made no apologies for his excentric behavior last year in an interview with "60 minutes." >> i think if there is any difference between me and a traditional ceo it's that i've been unwilling to change myself or shape my personality around what's expected. >> reporter: but when mason didn't deliver the profits expected the company went public investors stopped laughing. >> if you're successful you can be crazy, if you're not, you get fired. but he is still funny, no matter how you slice it. >> reporter: when google came calling, groupon turned down a reported $6 billion offer. when i asked about him on "sunday morning" he laughed it off many. >> that differentiates you from living social. as he left behind his brainchild on thursday he told employees, are you doing amazing things at groupon, and you deserve the outside world to give you a second chance. and he 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>> there's no denying that charlie. that's a sense of realism we have to have. >> a fast-moving brush fire is forcing people from their homes in los angeles. >> this web video of people doing the harlem shake doesn't have the government laughing. >> it's what he did after that took many surprised. >> if you do that for a week you should be jumping out of bed and feeling very refreshed. >> she already jumps out of bed this morning. >> benedict is now an ex-pope, the job description cannot be seen or heard. >> he'll now just be the vessel through which god watches game shows all day. >> announcer: today's "eye opener at 8" is presented by allergen. >>> the white house plans to wait until the last minute tonight before launching across the board budget cuts and there is no sign of a reprieve. >> congressional leaders from both sides who couldn't agree on a plan have been meeting with president obama this morning. bill plante is at the white house. bill, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, norah. congressional leaders from both parties went to see the president about 7:18 pacific time to talk about the cuts. no deal is expected today. the cuts will go into effect when the president signs them. things were never supposed to get to this point. now there's finger-pointing in every direction. $46 billion is going to come out of the pentagon's budget this year. the remainder of the $85 million cuts will slash across most government agencies. on thursday lawmakers from both parties led an effort to avoid the cuts each party presenting their own alternative. as expected those bills were voted down. most effects will not be felt immediately. it will build over weeks and months ahead. >> bill plante thank you. on capitol hill republican senator lindsey graham slammed both parties blaming both for this latest budget standoff. >> ronald reagan should be rolling over in his grave. shame on everybody who agreed this was a good idea on our side. to me this is pathetic leadership by the commander in chief. this is an abandonment of the republican party's belief in peace through strength. this is the low point in my time in the united states congress. >> with us now in studio 57 is arizona senator john mccain the 2008 republican presidential candidate. senator, good morning. >> good morning. my friend lindsey graham -- >> you were sitting right next to him. >> we were having a colloquy on the floor. lindsey is exactly right. ronald reagan would be appalled that our republicans who have been saying well let's just give the president flexibility -- of course that takes away from my responsibilities. but second of all, i believe general odierno. you just had him on the phone. don't have to believe a politician but i think we should be carefully considering the views of our military leaders, our uniform military leaders. weave been warning about this and the cuts are disproportionate on defense. they're disproportionally enacted on defense. >> you believe the administration designed them that way? >> i believe the administration and congress designed them that way. i put a lot of blame on the administration, but we went along with it. >> i'm glad to hear you say that. this current washington parlor game about he did it, he devised it. >> as far as the idea is concerned, obviously that's huge specially inside the beltway. it was the president's idea and it was obviously that was not what the president said. in the campaign the president said, quote, sequestration won't happen and he said it's republican's -- congress's idea. neither statement was true. >> charles craw hammer has an article in "the washington post" that says the president wants the sequestration cuts to hurt because they want to say to the congress and the country, you cannot cut spending without having deep pain within the country. >> i'm a great admirer of charles, but i'm not sure if it was that machiavellian. i think they said hey, this is a great idea we'll force the super committee to act. and they will never allow something like this to happen. and i think that was sort of how this transpired. it really is decision graceful. what we're doing to the men and women in the military charlie, that programs and other, they serve. they don't know where they'll be next week. to do this in the men and women in the military is unconscionable. hadn't disrupted the lives of members of congress hasn't disrupted the life of the president. >> i believe the administration may believe that republicans will be blamed for this. >> the polling data shows that that certainly may be the case. but the president's job and most important job is commander in chief. that is really his area of responsibility. right now my view we should not have waited until the day that these are going into effect before calling members of congress together. >> let's turn now to syria because secretary of state john kerry has just announced some involvement by the u.s. it is non-lethal ald to the syrian rebels. the rebels are saying that's not enough. why so little engagement? do you think we should do more? >> one reason is because the iranian revolutionary guard have people on the ground weapons are flowing in from russia and from iran. around the countries destabilized for nearly two years. 70,000 people, estimates have been massacred. i appreciate john kerry's efforts. i really do. to say we're going to change the equation with non-lethal aid isn't going to do it. i think we've written a shameful chapter in american history. i was in a refugee camp i was told the children in this refugee camp they will take revenge on those who refuse to help them. we're raising a generation of jihadists in libya -- in lebanon, egypt, turkey. >> do you worry if in fact they supply lethal weapons, they could fall into the hands of the wrong forces and, therefore, be used again -- >> right now weapons are flowing into the wrong people charlie, and they're falling in from frankly some of our friends in the gulf states including some wealthy saudis. these jihadists are having more and more influence as time goes by. everything that they said would happen if we intervene has happened because we didn't intervene. it's shameful. >> senator mccain good to see you in studio 57. >> my best to your mom. >> thank you. she'll love the shout-out. you can hear more from the senator on "face the nation" sunday along with senator graham and dick durbin. bob schieffer will also talk with bob woodward and cardinal timothy dolan. that's sunday morning on cbs. >>> this morning the main man called pope emeritus is in seclusion. the catholic church is being led by committee. mark phillips is in castel gandolfo, it any just outside of rome. mark, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, charlie. this is the quiet between two storms if you will. the former pope pope emeritus is in residence at the papal residence in castel gandolfo. the vatican released footage of the vatican being sealed. this normally happens, of course, when a pope dies. this one resigned. there is now no regular tenant in those apartments and there won't be until a new pope is selected. benedict's departure from office, the first time in 600 years, is like a president leaving office. took a helicopter journey out here to the hills around rome where he's taken residence. it's all now up to the cardinals. they'll be meeting on monday not to start picking a pope but to talk about all the trouble we know of in the catholic church and to decide when the conclave will begin to start the difficult business of, in fact sele >>> a new milestone for an american wonder built by 21,000 people. can you guess what it is? 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>>> the times of london says there's been a big mishap involving whiskey in scotland. during a nighttime cleaning shift at chivas factory, it was flushed down the drain. >>> the "detroit free press" talks about unplugging people across the country voluntarily turning off their smart phones and other devices for 24 hours. it's part of a campaign to get people to slow down in an increasingly hectic world. >> that's a good idea. >>> "the washington post" says today is the deadline to switch federal benefit checks to electronic payments. the move is expected to save up to $1 billion over a decade. those who haven't gone digital will not be kicked off the rolls, and there's also a chance to apply for a waiver. >>> this morning best buy reports it made $16.7 billion in sales last quarter, that is better than wall street expected. the chain is struggling against the internet. best buy is now going after shoppers who look around their stores but save their money for online december. rebecca jarvis is with us. good morning. >> good morning. >> what's happening at best buy and how bad of health are they. >> luckily for best buy, it's looking a little better than what we were anticipating. they made $16.7 billion in sales. the earnings came in a little better than expectations. one of the things people have been watching is the best bye stock price. it has been hammered if you look at the long-term trend over the last two years. really this year the price has been up about 40%. a big part of that is that richard schulze who founded the company was going to buy it back. this morning we found out he didn't put the offer on the table. >> what is showrooming. >> it's what the brick and mortar stores we go to are dealing with. people come in the store, look at the stores ask questions about products, but ultimately buy the products from their smart phone because it has the product for cheaper. best buy announced a couple weeks ago an end to showrooming, rolling out a policy beginning this sunday march 3rd where they will price match a number of retailers including amazon.com, walmart.com, apple.com. these are the retailers that have historically stolen sales from a number of retailers, not just best buy. >> i'm confused about this. how do you go to access this comparison? >> a lot of people are using different applications. they're on their smart phones and there's multiple ways that people can go. they can go to amazon.com and say here is something i want to buy that's in store for $10, but on amazon it's $8. there's a lot of analytics on which companies are going showroomed the most. bed bath and beyond is the biggest. >> i remember when target was match walmart. >> the difference is now you're in the store and you know the difference because of your smart phone. back in the day you would find out by looking at an advertisement in your home or even going into the alternative store. most people back then weren't going to a different store. they would already own the product and then end up going to another store and seeing it was lower. now you know before you even make the purchase it's a lower price. best buy is trying to combat that. >> i remember bringing the thing from the newspaper into the other store. >> that's what you'll have to do here. you have to show them at best buy, here is the deal at another place, i'd like you to match. it's up to their discretion whether to do it. >> rebecca jarvis thank you. >>> over the last five years, las vegas has managed to win back the visitors it lost during the recession. these days gambling isn't the big draw. apparently it's backhoes. peter greenberg is in las vegas. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. when you think about it for decades las vegas is known as a city where gamblers went to vacation. after being hit hard by the economic downturn they reinvented themselves. it's now a place where vacationers go to play and maybe gamble. it's a city that bills itself as a place where sins are made. it's a haven for gamblers and showgirls, las vegas has enticed people with the draw of easy money. hotels and casinos popped up along the strip. and for a long time las vegas was the fastest growing city in the united states. >> there was a common belief we shared that gaming would be more economically resistant to downturns than other forms of discretionary spending, and we were wrong. >> reporter: in 2008 the recession hit and tourists stopped coming. jim muiring, ceo of gm almost had to pull the plus on city center. >> i went out the door and walked -- >> reporter: mgm averted what could have been the largest bankruptcy in u.s. history. to survive, the las vegas hotel industry had to market itself to a new type of customer one less willing to part with their money at the craps and blackjack tables. >> what we've seen since the recession is the non-gaming side of the visit to las vegas has become more important. >> at cesar's palace one of the first things to change was its buffet which like many casinos had become synonymous with poor quality food. gone are the days of salisbury steak and mashed potatoes. today fresh seafood and gourmet cheeses. >> they're coming and enjoying the high quality buffet. the next night they're going to the nightclubs. >> reporter: clubs likeep >>> this is a cbs news special report. good morning. we're on the air because president obama is about to make an announcement in the white house briefing room. he's there to make a statement about the budget crisis. as you know, the deadline for reaching a deal is midnight tonight or automatic across-the-board spending cuts will kick in across much of the federal government. the president met at the white house this morning with the democratic and republican leaders of the congress and it appears they did not get anywhere. afterward, house speaker john boehner came out of the white house and ruled out tax increases as part of any deal to cut the deficit. as he put it the discussion about revenue is over. the president is insisting on tax increases. cbs news chief white house correspondent major garrett is in the white house briefing room for us this morning. major. >> reporter: good morning, scott. really the only thing that's coordinated in washington these days are pronouncements of no progress. that's what we're going to have in sequence at the white house. house speaker john boehner was just outside the white house saying no progress was made and no progress is likely in the coming days. president obama will give his variation of that exact same message and also let the nation know whether or not he has yet done what the law has required which is to sign an order putting these across-the-board spending cuts in motion. they will not hit the country immediately, the white house concedes that, but $85 billion spread over the next seven months could inflict greater economic damage and harm certain americans dependent on direct government services. the magnitude of that impact will be known over time the white house says and the president will blame republicans on the question of additional revenue. republicans are absolutely dug in on this point and will not yield. the president they will of to and here is the president of the united states. >>> good morning, everybody. as you know i just met with the leaders of both parties to discuss a way forward in light of the severe budget cuts that start to take effect today. i told them these cuts will hurt our economy. they will cost us jobs. and to set it right, both sides need to be willing to compromise. now, the good news is the american people are strong and they're resilient. they fought hard to recover from the worst economic crisis since the great depression and we will get through this as well. even with these cuts in place folks all across this country will work hard to make sure that we keep the recovery going. but washington sure isn't making it easy. at a time when our businesses have finally begun to get some traction. hiring new workers, bringing jobs back to america we shouldn't be making a series of dumb arbitrary cuts to things that businesses depend on and workers depend on like education and research and infrastructure and defense. it's unnecessary and at a time when too many americans are still looking for work, it's inexcusable. now, what's important to understand is that not everyone will feel the pain of these cuts right away. the pain though will be real. beginning this week many middle class families will have their lives disrupted in significant ways. businesses that work with the military, like the virginia ship builder that i visited on tuesday may have to lay folks off. communities near military bases will take a serious blow. hundreds of thousands of americans who serve their country, border patrol agents fbi agents civilians who work at the pentagon, all will suffer significant pay cuts and furloughs. all of this will cause a ripple effect throughout our economy. layoffs and pay cuts means that people have less money in their pockets and that means that they have less money to spend at local businesses. that means lower profits. that means fewer hires. the longer these cuts remain in place, the greater the damage to our economy. a slow grind that will intensify with each passing day. so economists are estimating that as a consequence of the sequester that we could see growth cut by over one-half of 1%. it will cost about 750,000 jobs at a time when we should be growing jobs more quickly. so every time that we get a piece of economic news over the next month next two months next six months as long as the sequester is in place, we'll know that that economic news could have been better if congress had not failed to act. let's be clear. none of this is necessary. it's happening because a choice that republicans in congress have made. they have allowed these cuts to happen because they refuse to budge on closing a single wasteful loophole to help reduce the deficit. as recently as yesterday they decided to protect special interest tax breaks for the well off and the well connected and they think that that's more important than protecting our military or middle class families from these cuts. i do believe that we can and must replace these cuts with a more balanced approach that asks something from everybody. smart spending cuts entitlement reform, tax reform that makes the tax code more fair for families and businesses without raising tax rates. all so that we can responsibly lower the deficit without laying off workers or forcing parents to scramble for child chair or slashing financial aid for college students. i don't think that's too much to ask. i don't think that is partisan. it's the kind of approach that i've proposed for two years. it's what i ran on last year. the majority of the american people agree with me and this approach, including, by the way a majority of republicans. we just need republicans in congress to catch up with their own party and their country on this. and if they did so, we could make a lot of progress. i do know that there are republicans in congress who privately at least say that they would rather close tax loopholes than let these cuts go through. i know that there are democrats who would rather do smart entitlement reform than let these cuts go through. so there is a caucus of common sense up on capitol hill it's just it's a silent group right now, and we want to make sure that their voices start getting heard. in the coming days and the coming weeks i'm going to keep on reaching out to them. both individually and as groups of senators or members of the house and say to them let's fix this. not just for a month or two, but for years to come because the greatest nation on earth does not conduct its business in month-to-month increments or by careening from crisis to crisis. america has a lot more work to do. in the meantime we can't let political gridlock around the budget stand in the way of other areas where we can make progress. i was pleased to see that the house passed the violence against women act yesterday. that is a big win for not just women but for families and for the american people. it's a law that's going to save lives and help more americans live free from fear. it's something that we've been pushing on for a long time. i was glad to see that done. and it's an example of how we can still get some important bipartisan legislation through this congress even though there's still these fiscal arguments taking place. i think there are other areas where we can make progress even with the sequester unresolved. i will continue to push for these initiatives. i'm going to keep pushing for high quality preschool for every family that wants it. i'm going to keep pushing to make sure we raise the minimum wage so that it's one that families can live on. i'm going to keep pushing for immigration reform and reform of our voting system and improvements on our transportation sector and i'm going to keep pushing for sensible gun reforms, because i still think they deserve a vote. this is the agenda that the american people voted for. these are america's priorities. they're too important to go unaddressed and i'm going to keep pushing to make sure that we see them through. so with that i'm going to take some questions. i'm going to start with julie. >> thank you, mr. president. how much responsibility do you feel like you bear for these cuts taking effect? and is the only way to offset them at this point for republicans to give on revenue or do you see any alternatives? >> well look we've already cut $2.5 trillion in our deficit. everybody says we need to cut $4 trillion. which means we have to come up with another trillion and a half. the vast majority of economists agree that the problem, when it comes to deficits is not discretionary spending it's not that we're spending too much money on education, it's not that we're spending too much money on job training or that we're spending too much money rebuilding our roads and our bridges, we're not. the problem that we have is a long-term problem in terms of our health care costs. and programs like medicare. and what i've said very specifically very detailed is that i'm prepared to take on the problem where it exists on entitlements. and do some things that my own party really doesn't like if it's part of a broader package of sensible deficit reduction. so the deal that i put forward over the last two years the deal that i put forward as recently as december is still on the table. i am prepared to do hard things and to push my democratic friends to do hard things, but what i can't do is ask middle class families ask seniors, ask students to bear the entire burden of deficit reduction when we know we've got a bunch of tax loopholes that are benefitting the well off and the well connected, aren't contributing to growth aren't contributing to our economy. it's not fair it's not right. the american people don't think it's fair and don't think it's right. so, you know, i recognize that speaker boehner has got challenges in his caucus. i recognize that it's very hard for republican leaders to be perceived as making concessions to you know sometimes i reflect is there something else i could do
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Mar 18, 2013 7:00am PDT
it. but not until tuesday afternoon. san francisco which was 63 yesterday. we'll go 62 for a high. starting off mostly sunny. we'll see mostly cloudy skies by this afternoon and then cloudy by this evening. temperatures with more of a westerly breeze. 40s on the temperatures. one upper 30. that's santa rosa. antioch, 44, livermore, san jose, redwood city, san rafael. san rafael seems to be stuck at 44. there's your break in the clouds right now. but they will continue to roll in later this afternoon leading to rain by tuesday afternoon. highs today, 60s into -- some low 70s. tomorrow that system comes in. it looks like that rain will carry us into wednesday. and 60s and 70s. no system behind this one. it's one system and out of here. clearing takes place on thursday and right now temperatures look like they will rebound as they head into the upcoming weekend. >>> 7:26. tomorrow, the new pope will be officially inaugurated. we'll bring you a live report from rome and have all of the new details about that ceremony. >>> and we're live here in san francisco where unhappy bay area pos
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Mar 28, 2013 7:00am PDT
action. at 10:00 a group will gather at the san francisco office of senator dianne feinstein. and at 5:30 this evening there will be a rally and march beginning at middlefield road and university avenue. >>> we are now hearing that facebook ceo mark zuckerberg plans to form a political group. zuckerberg wants to form the group to address issues such as scientific issues. >>> tesla has a new big deal. coming up at 7:45 we'll have a live report on the big announcement involving tesla's newest automotive partner. >>> some say twitter is bowing to the russian government to sensor consent. the social network giant has been cooperating with russian authorities since early this month. but some say it means deleting private accounts and blocking content. there's no word yet on a response from twitter. >>> has your computer been a little slow lately? it might be due to the biggest hack attack in history. european span prevention service. that publishes list of e-mail spammers. they use those lists to black spam. the hacker tried to overhaul spam and that slowed down computers around the world.
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Mar 30, 2013 5:00am PDT
morning a man is in critical condition after a shooting in san francisco over nights. it happened on 24th and brian street. we are live this morning with more onto investigation. >> reporter: good morning. san francisco police say that the victim just underwent emergency surgery. you can see out here right now crime scene investigators are looking for evidence. there are yellow evidence markers on the ground out there. on the eastside of brian street between 24th and 25th street in the mission district. this is what it looked like when we first got here. i talked to an officer who said a man was walking down
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Mar 4, 2013 7:00am PST
griego. a woman faces charges after a two hour stand off at a san francisco house. police say they got a 911 call yesterday from residents who said they caught the woman burglarizing their home. officers eventually talked the 22-year-old suspect into dropping a gun and a hatchet and surrendering. >>> in los gatos this evening, the town council will have a moratorium on gun sales, and will give them time to come up with long-term guidelines. the only retailer selling guns would be able to continue gun sales during the moratorium. stay with us, traffic and weather in a moment. ♪ secondhand smoke affects everyone's health. it's not just irritating. it can cause heart disease and even death. speak up about secondhand smoke. your health and the health of your family depend on it. >>> good morning, we have abrasion lights as you work your brake lights as you work toward milpitas. a little slow and go. 11 minutes between 880 and 101. northbound 101 stop and go conditions through san jose, business as usually but not too bad along 280. clear through guadalupe parkway. slow and go across
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Mar 11, 2013 7:00am PDT
about 3 hours ago. >>> in san francisco, the death of a homeless man at the montgomery bart station now under investigation. the man had apparently been sleeping on top of an elevator and was crushed in the elevator shaft. >> and this is the day minimum wage goes up in san jose. it was 8 bucks an hour. it's now $10 an hour and was approved by about 60% of san jose voters back in november. >>> traffic and weather and weather, think you'll like the weather on this monday, all coming up right after the break. >>> good morning. we still have very big backups this morning trying to get out of half moon bay. it's because of about a five- mile section of highway 92 both directions remaining shut down for a major injury crash. so it's closed between main and highway 35. to get out of half moon bay, you'll have to head south and use highway 84 or head north towards pacifica and sharp park road. that's traffic. here's lawrence. >> lots of sunshine around the bay area to start out the day. we have had a couple of patches of fog at the coast. some looking good so far. outside over the financial dis
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Mar 15, 2013 7:00am PDT
along on "mornings on 2." we're live in san francisco, brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> 7:03. well, last night a terrifying and deadly scene at richmond, right in front of b.a.r.t. passengers. gunman shot and killed a b.a.r.t. passenger. ktvu's tara moriarty is at the richmond b.a.r.t. station. you've been out there since 4:30 this morning and investigators are still looking for a motive in this attack. >> reporter: police are gonna be poring over surveillance camera foot am. you can see one located -- footage. you can one located. when gunfire erupted, there were two bullets that sliced through windows on the side of this building. they actually -- one of them popped out on the other side. right here, you can see the very large hole where all of the glass is shattered. it ricocheted off this red column right here. police who were here say it was utterly chaotic with everybody scattering after they heard the shots. officers armed with flashlights combed the area last night just after 6:00. a source tells us the victim was an african-american man in his early 30s from richmond
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Mar 14, 2013 7:00am PDT
plaza. the fog is not as dense as it was yesterday and this morning's commute on san francisco freeways, northbound 101 looks good. you can see some of the fog kind of wisping through but the traffic is moving along pretty nicely. >>> also go to mark tamayo. >> good morning to you. the fog doing its thing. as you mentioned, not as dense as yesterday but still we're tracking it over the next few hours. we've been watching the fog develop. this happens when you get the onshore breeze, it targets the areas out to richmond, albany, berkeley, emeryville. that could impact your ride on interstate 80. we also have dense fog advisories out near the coastline, basically from the san mateo county coast down to the south down towards santa cruz and watsonville. this in place until 9:00 this morning. visibility is down to about one- quarter of a mile. the fog has increased in coverage over the past few hours. as far as current temperatures, still pretty chilly in the 40s out towards santa rosa and napa. downtown san francisco, 48 and san jose reporting partly cloudy skies, 52 degrees. throughout th
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Mar 26, 2013 7:00am PDT
a free trip to san francisco and a chance to meet president obama. he will arrive next week. to win the trip entries had to be in last week. no word when the winner will be announced. >>> a new report this morning shows former george bush had the most expense esof former presidents in 2012. the government spent nearly $7.3 million on all former presidents last year and 1.3 million of that was spent on former president bush. the money conkers pension compensation and events where the presidents make appearances. it does not come from secret security. that comes from a separate budget. >>> david petraeus, making his first public speech since resigning in november over an extramarital affair. he will speak tonight at the university of southern california. he will be at an event hopperring the military. "the new york times" has a copy of his prepared speech and indicates he will will apologize for having that affair with his former biographer. >>> this morning, the nra is defending its decision to make robo calls to families in newtown, connecticut. >> your state senator will play a key
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Mar 20, 2013 7:00am PDT
marches ever in san francisco, it's the 20th driest march. it is january, february, march, the driest three-month stretch in san francisco so far. only 1.66 inches of rain has fallen. we need another 1.50 plus to go into second place. i doubt that happens. so again we're in record- setting territory for lack of rain. i just saw -- came across on twitter from the national weather service in mobile, alabama, last year they were running about 48 degrees above average, this year to 28 below. what a -- 2 to 8 below. what a difference. this is a very mild system coming up from the southwest. there could still be a little bit more rain. you will start to see some clearing taking place north to south. rainfall totals, most of it fell about .10 to .25 to .030. still some light rain in there. you can see the cloud cover continues to stream in here. temperatures, though really on the mild side. 50s for almost everybody except for a few upper 40s. this moisture source coming up -- down by the equator, it's really giving us a mild day. cloudy in the morning. mostly cloudy this afternoon. still off
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Mar 6, 2013 7:00am PST
frank mallicoat. get you updated on some bay area headlines now. >>> san francisco police are still on the scene of a standoff that's been going on all morning long in the bayview. they have arrested at least two suspects in a robbery of a medical marijuana dispensary. at least one more suspect is believed to be barricaded in a building near jennings and wallace. no injuries have been reported. >>> a patient at san mateo medical center is being evaluated after allegedly setting fires in his room last night. damage was confined to that one hospital room but nearby patients had to be evacuated. >>> got your traffic and weather forecast coming up right after the break. >>> good morning. we are watching a crash right now. they are having to do one-way traffic control near eastbound 92 approaching highway 35. so expect some delays around that area. 280 itself is still at the limit. over at the bay bridge, we have had a busy morning, a couple of stalls. it's been slick in spots, the bay bridge wind advisory has been canceled but it's still backed up into the maze. that is traffic. for you
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Mar 7, 2013 7:00am PST
: for "cbs this morning" bill whitaker los angeles. >>> the beauty of san francisco comes at a price. the city has long been home to sky-high rents and that is leading a change in the law allowing construction of the nation's tiniest new parent. they are about the size of this video wall and so john blackstone takes us inside these mike row units. we had a space in the garage and we thought we'd try it there. >> property developer patrick kennedy tested his ideas for really tiny apartments. >> so was the idea with this left's just see how small you can go and still survive. >> yes. basically basically. >> the design kennedy calls smart space 1.0 turns out not to be so smart. 166 square feet in all. the showers soaked the toilet paper and the couch that turned into a bed was too inconvenient. >> an 8-foot creeling is positively class troeustrophobic in a small space. >> it's a at a premium if there many big cities. micro apartments are seen as one possible answer in cities from soes to seattle to new york where mayor michael bloomberg backed the competition for the best design, but no
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Mar 8, 2013 7:00am PST
dream. for cbs, john blackstone san francisco. >>> time to show you some of this morning's headlines from around the globe. in "the washington post," former president bill clinton called on the supreme court to overturn the defense of marriage act barring federal recognition of same-sex marriage. mr. clinton says he signed the measure in 1996 to avoid a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage. the supreme court takes up the matter march 27th. >>> new york daily news" says the judge ended the trial involving martha stewart ordering mediation instead. macy's is accused of violating a contract with the retailer when she made a deal with jcpenney. >>> britain's prince harry will revive his mother's campaign against land mines. the palace announced thursday harry will become a patron of the charity princess diana first supported. in the past he met with amputees and wore protective gear walking through a mine field in mozambique. >>> "the daily mail" says justin bieber collapsed during his concert last night in london. he stopped his show after he started having trouble breathi
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